About Mary Lou Dauray: The California artist has had many exhibitions throughout the U.S. including one at the Virginia Museum. Her Iceland oil paintings were shown at the Olympics in London under the auspices of “Art of the Olympians” to tie in with an environmental panel discussing the impact of climate change. Her work is in numerous collections around the globe including the Sophie Davis Medical School, City College of New York, and many private collections. Her exhibitions throughout the U.S. include those at the Virginia Art Museum, the Blue Planet juried show sponsored by The Pacific Coast Region of Women’s Caucus for Art, Gallery 111 juried exhibition in Sausalito, CA, and Runnymede Corporate Headquarters, Virginia. She has has received many awards including those from Manhattan Arts International such as an Award of Excellence in the Manhattan Arts International “New Beginnings” 2018 online exhibition.
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Mary Lou’s Statement: “My art reflects my creative response to both travel experiences and a deep concern about the causes and effects of the destruction of the earth’s climate made by man-made global warming. The severe destructive environmental pollution caused by the burning, transporting, and mining of coal has been the focus of my recent series of paintings.”
Interesting Facts about Mary Lou Dauray: She is a world-traveler and an arts advocate, instrumental in helping to sponsor RAW (“Recognizing the Art of Women at the Norton Museum”). She has contributed outstanding articles on The Healing Power of ART & ARTISTS about eco-art and artists.
Read “Mary Lou Dauray Raises Awareness About Coal Burning and Pollution” mary-lou-dauray-raises-awareness
Visit Mary Lou Dauray’s website maryloudauray.com